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Found in Austin: 'America's Lost Treasures'
New docu-reality show features Bob Bullock Museum
DAILY Screens  July 3, 2012, by Kimberley Jones
"...Mashing Antiques Roadshow, U.S. history, and the reality competition genre, new series America's Lost Treasures debuts on the Fourth of July with an episode set at Austin's Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum...."

It's About Time
The inadvertent theme for this year's Austin Chronicle Summer Fun issue is "refurbish and reuse" as we explore Austin's B&B and boutique scene.
Features Story  May 26, 2000, by Kate X Messer
"...He was, after all, referring to timelessness itself. Everything old can be new again. Despite living in a time and country where the fast and profitable seem to win out over the historic and beautiful, and living in a town where week after week beloved buildings and sentimental treasures are lost to progress, a lot of stubborn diehards are at least attempting to preserve bits of cultural history..."

Perry's Vexing Vetoes
Perry kills 24 more bills
News Story  June 21, 2013, by Richard Whittaker
"...Here They Come Again," May 31), and he followed that up on June 14 by killing HB 3509. That rarest of treasures – a Republican-authored environmental bill – would have reorganized how the state deals with federal endangered species listings..."

Alamo Drafthouse Latest Austinites to Get Dose of Reality
Cinema chain featured on A&E's 'Shipping Wars' tonight
DAILY Screens  January 9, 2013, by Richard Whittaker
"...• Last summer, National Geographic's America's Lost Treasures swung by the Bob Bullock before taking its own trip to Ephemerataville...."

SXSW Announces Film Lineup
Edgar Wright's Baby Driver, Ben Wheatley's Free Fire, and more
DAILY SXSW  January 31, 2017, by Richard Whittaker
"...Dealt D: Luke Korem Sixty-two year old Richard Turner is renowned as one of the world’s greatest card magicians, yet he is completely blind. This is an in-depth look at a complex character who is one of magic’s greatest hidden treasures..."

Weird by Design
City's proposed design standards emphasize livability, walkability, and flexibility
News Story  April 1, 2005, by Rachel Proctor May
"...As the public weighs in on the proposed ordinance, many will no doubt question whether design standards really fit a city that treasures the quirky and unique. The hard question, though, is whether debates over Austin's "character" hide deeper resistance to lifestyle changes that will accompany moving away from the "concrete sea" model of urban planning..."

Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass
Music Review  May 27, 2005, by Greg Beets
"...Lost Treasures (Shout! Factory)..."

Day Trips
Columns  December 5, 1997, by Gerald E. McLeod
"...The pair had collaborated on the 1995 book Texas Lost: Vanishing Heritage tribute to the state's most endangered natural areas. In Texas Past, they turn their creative skills to the cultural treasures of Texas...."

A right, a left, another right: our letters column takes it on the chin.
Columns  October 12, 2001
"...24]. One more of Austin's unique treasures just died, almost without a sound, as if it quietly receded into some giant sinkhole of mediocrity...."

'Beyond the Rocks' and 'Electric Edwardians: The Lost Films of Mitchell & Kenyon
Screens Review  July 14, 2006, by Josh Rosenblatt
"...Two recently rediscovered and restored treasures from the silent era make their way back from oblivion and onto DVD this month. Electric Edwardians, a collection of film vignettes by English filmmakers Sagar Mitchell and James Kenyon, has been culled together from negatives long since thought lost to time but recently retrieved from the dark corners of a basement in Blackburn, England..."

The Military-Petroleum Complex
The Second Iraq War and the cronies of state capitalism
News Story  June 18, 2004, by Robert Bryce
"...At the same time that the United States was chatting up the Israelis about a pipeline, American troops had subdued Baghdad. But the soldiers made only token efforts to secure Baghdad's cultural treasures and stop the looting that started as soon as the city fell..."

Film Reviews
News Story  September 1, 1995
"...Not that Calvin is totally unprepared. His backpack is full of wondrous 20th-century treasures - superglue, a CD player, rollerblades, and Mad Dog chewing gum..."

Inside 'Inside Llewyn Davis'
A contrarian view
DAILY Screens  December 27, 2013, by Louis Black
"...There was a real enthusiasm to the time, an absolute love of music accompanied by enormous appetites for new music by most of those involved. Certainly much of this "new" music was a voyage into America's past, discovering the hidden and in some cases lost treasures of folk, country, bluegrass, Appalachian ballads, gospel, and blues among other traditional forms..."

SXSW Picks and Sleepers
Music Story  March 14, 2003
"...ELIZA GILKYSON: One of the real treasures of the Austin music scene, Eliza Gilkyson has come into her own over the past couple of years. Her last two albums, 2000's Hard Times in Babylon and 2002's Lost and Found, contain some of her most enlightened and poignant songs..."

Something Weird
How Tim League discovered 110 drive-in films in an East Prairie warehouse and other stories of disappearing celluloid.
Screens Story  February 16, 2001, by Jerry Renshaw
"...Of course, preserving film isn't entirely altruistic; there's money to be made from running restored films on cable networks or re-releasing them for theatrical runs. Kodak's George Eastman House has one of the pre-eminent archives, with prints of such extremely rare film treasures as Georges Méliès' films from the turn of the century, the Lumière brothers' first experiments with film, a 1920 rendition of Sherlock Holmes starring Basil Rathbone, and all the silent films of Cecil B..."

I Wanna Be a Paperback Writer
Perusing the Texas Book Festival Panels
Books Story  November 7, 1997
"...The Quedlinburg treasures are a collection of exquisite medieval artwork whose mysterious theft during World War II made them the most lucrative unsolved art theft in history. After decades of silence, the dusty case looked impenetrable...."

The Poughkeepsie Kid
Shadowing Austin City Limits Executive Producer Terry Lickona
Music Story  October 2, 2014, by Kevin Curtin
"...The executive producer's vision continues to act as ACL's north star and he's the reason it's stayed a platform for both rootsy local treasures like Dale Watson and modern pop hitmakers like Emeli Sandé, and why an episode starring crush bait Ed Sheeran can be followed by goth antagonists Nine Inch Nails. The industry clout he's earned as a Grammys producer no doubt assists in ACL landing marquee talent...."

Market Watch
Are the big five of Austin's busy farmers' markets competing or cooperating?
Food Story  April 9, 2004, by Barbara Chisholm
"...It's not that Austin is new to the farmers' market game. On Saturdays, the Westlake Farmers Market has been a thriving mecca for exceptional locally produced food for seven years; the El Gallo parking lot is the site of the loyal patrons of the South Austin Farmers Market; Boggy Creek Farm sells the treasures from its East Austin farm on Wednesdays and Saturdays..."

Letters at 3AM: The Script Needs a Rewrite
Cinema history as it's been commonly taught is just plain wrong
Columns  September 25, 2009, by Michael Ventura
"...Not so. Just that sort of unguessed-at comet landed in my mail last week, and no film school professor should give another lecture on cinema's origins until this comet is thoroughly examined: The new Kino DVD set, Gaumont Treasures 1897-1913, proves that – with apologies to D.W..."

Tribute Records
Tammy Wynette Remembered
Music Review  December 31, 1998

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